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Lewes Delaware Fishing Report
Bill's Sport Shop

 

Date: 9/1/15

Date: 9/1/15

THE STAFF OF BILL’S SPORT SHOP

18388 Coastal Highway

Lewes, De. 19958

302-645-7654

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Captain Bill wishes to thank everyone for their well wishes for his speedy recovery.

FISHING REPORT

>> LEWES (Aug. 25, 2015) – DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed another new state record in the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament’s new category for blueline tilefish: a 22.2-pounder caught on Aug. 18 in the Atlantic Ocean’s Baltimore Canyon, some 65 miles offshore. This latest catch eclipses two previous state record blueline tilefish this summer, a 19.7-pounder caught June 19 also in Baltimore Canyon, and a 21.8-pounder caught July 25 in Norfolk Canyon.

Andrew Orr of Drumore, Pa., caught the new record 37-inch-long blueline tilefish aboard the private vessel Last Chance with Capt. Bob Orr at the helm. The record catch was initially confirmed at Hook ‘em & Cook ‘em Bait and Tackle in Rehoboth Beach and then verified by Officer Adam Roark, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police. The catch is recognized as a state record since the fish was caught aboard a boat that left from and returned to a Delaware port.

>> Mike DeBlasis of Bill's Sport Shop, and friends went out to the Washington Canyon, and stopped at a lobster pot, chunked ballyhoo and caught 8 mahi up to 10#. Prior to that they were trolling naked ballyhoo and hooked up a white marlin and lost 5' from boat approx 60#.

>> Chad Babka, Newark, nailed a black drum at the Haystacks from a kayak using sand fleas. The weight is 24.25# and 34".

>> Raine N Frank Tucker had a good day fishing at Site 6 in the Bay putting 4 in the box with Rj & Joe Waski

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>> Kris Summers caught a trigger fish in the Indian River Bay while drifting with a minnow!

>> John Darwicki ýIndian River Bay & Inlet, managed a 2 man limit of flounder today with a few sea bass.

>> James called to thank us for putting him on fish, Sunday night they sent him to IRI with sand fleas and he caught croaker and sheepshead.

>> Jeff Snyder and Brian Ludwig went to Site 10 on the 'Hooked Up' and caught 21 flounder, with 7 of them being keepers on white bucktail and cut bait.

>> Twenty five hundred dollars was raised for the Terry Farrell Fund at the Oyster Cracker Tournament! Thanks to Capt. Bob Trowbridge and the Staff and Crew of 'The Captain's Lady'!

>> Complete Charter boat reports and pictures can be found on facebook.

>> Captain Aaron Hurd and 'Gale Force Charters' rounded up a catch of 5 keeper flounder. Then fished the inlet in the afternoon and caught about 11 rockfish and 4 bluefish. They kept 4 blues and 1 rockfish. The next charter fished in the afternoon catching spot, bluefish, schoolie rockfish, and 1 keeper rockfish at 29". On another trip, they fished structure with spot and caught over 20 rock and big bluefish. The biggest rock went 28.5". Then in the evening, they caught 3 blues and 5 rockfish.

>> 'Reel Attitude Sportfishing' had a nice group yesterday. Tuna fished for over 4 hours with no luck. Then caught 20 mahi-mahi. Captain Terry Murray of 'Reel Attitude Sportfishing' had a great trip Saturday with a crew from Middletown, DE. Released a white marlin and took home 27 mahi-mahi. Good times! And on Sunday....posted some pics and a video of his crew catching and releasing a nice white marlin on Sunday.

>> 'Fish Whisperer Charters': Mixed bag for the group on Saturday afternoon with flounder, seabass and croaker. Sunday morning they put 22 in the box!

FYI

>> Slot striper and tog are now closed

Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 5 - 9 Sun. 5 to 7

After Labor Day, hours will be cut so please call 302-645-7654


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